What should I bring?

• Clothes that you do not mind getting wet. i.e – bathing-suit, quick dry shorts/top, sports-bra, etc…
• A pair of closed toed shoes. They will not let you on the river without them. If you’d like, they have rental booties on site for $5/pair
• Snacks for the ride. We are gone for a good portion of the day, so make sure to bring snacks with you. If you have dietary restrictions, we suggest packing your own lunch for the day in plastic bags to bring on the river with you (there will be a bucket in each raft for you to store it in).
• A dry change of clothes and shoes. This is a big one. We want you to have a comfortable ride home, and a pair of dry clothes is the way to do it.
• Waterproof camera / Go Pro. This is not necessary, but always a plus to capture the day with. We strongly vote against bringing your phones on the river with you, unless you have a waterproof case for it.
• A nalgene to stay hydrated. The facility hands out plastic water bottles, but let’s be kind to the environment whenever possible! Bring a nalgene so you stay hydrated throughout the day, which is especially important when you’re out in the sun all day.
• Any medicine you might need. If you need to take any medicine out on the river with you, bring it in a plastic bag to store in the buckets that are placed in each of the rafts.